Hue: Attractions and more...
Several historically and culturally significant sites have been preserved in Hue. The Imperial Citadel, former imperial seat of the government, is one of Hue’s prime attractions. The citadel with its temples, pavilions, museums, walls, shops and galleries is visited by tourists from all over the globe.
The Ngo Mon, Thai Hoa Palace and Forbidden Purple City are other popular spots. Another interesting site is the Tombs of the Emperors, located along the Perfume River. All the tombs are excellent examples of Vietnamese architecture and history.
The Phu Bai Airport, which houses the relics of the Vietnamese War, is another must-visit. Hue was an important centre of Buddhism and houses a number of pagodas constructed more than two hundred years ago.
Hue is known all over the globe for its Imperial cuisine, originally prepared for the emperors. Some of the most popular dishes include Bun Bo Hue and sesame candy.
What to see in detail
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